This is for the Welcome Home in Spring Traditional applique option. If you prefer to complete this quilt with pre-fused/laser cut applique' instead, click HERE.
There's nothing like home sweet home! Welcome Home in Spring is a delightful Shabby Fabrics original design that is sure to become a cherished family heirloom. This charming 56½" x 64½" quilt features Shabby Fabrics' debut fabric collection,Welcome Home Collection One! This applique'd quilt features quaint homes, rolling hills, grazing sheep and so much more! Simple but beautiful embroidery and embellishments add an extra special touch to this endearing quilt. Make this quilt your own by adding your family name or address on the pink mailbox in the middle block!
Your program will include:
- All Patterns
- All Maywood Studio fabrics exactly as shown
- All Embellishments
Backing is not included but can be added below!
This Block of the Month program begins in January 2017 and will run 10 months ending October 2017. The final shipment will include your finishing kit - sashing, borders, binding, and embellishing kit.
The 10 month program is $29 per month plus $5 shipping for US customers and $10 shipping for International customers.
Sign up fee is $10 to reserve your space. Program is non-cancellable and non-refundable.
Reserve your spot today!
PLEASE NOTE: You will be charged for the prior months Blocks (to get you caught up with the program) when your order is processed by the BOM Department.
Looking for the perfect thread to stitch down your laser-cut applique pieces? Try the invisible MonoPoly Thread in combination with The Bottom Line Thread! These can be added separately below.
Add the Olfa Splash 45mm Rotary Cutter below to help with all of your precision cutting.
Add the 2 pack of Frixion Clicker Pens to mark your embroidery lines (it disappears with heat!) and Richard Hemming Embroidery Needles to stitch your hand embroidery.
To complete the applique work in this quilt, add the Shabby Fabrics Applique Kit and Sealing Iron below.
If you are unsure of your applique skills or would like to brush up on this technique, please click here to watch Jennifer's 8-part Applique Tutorial on YouTube.